Quality assurance during the work planning phase of operations, and during all parts of work, is important for ensuring that work is performed in a safe, effective, and efficient manner, thereby reducing the risk of experiencing an accident or injury during work performance. In order to prevent accidents, it is necessary for workers and managers to apply QA principles to all core functions of ISMS. QA routine processes must be performed within each core function to ensure that the work planning process is correct and communicated to staff, hazards are all identified and controlled, and work is performed within the controls.
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